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Joselin St. Aimee’s Acting Out English Academy in Venice, Italy

Acting Out English Academy is a non-profit organization, dedicated to teaching English through music, theater, and the performing arts.

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MARKETING, DESIGN, COMMUNICATION INTERNS – Black Women in Europe™

Description

 

The multi-award winning Black Women in Europe™ Blog is looking to hire interns for 3 positions. In addition to an award winning blog, 2 Facebook groups and the Black Women in Europe™ Power List: A Room of Our Own© are part of the Black Women in Europe™ brand started by an American living in Europe. Interns hired for these positions will need strong planning, organizational or writing skills in order to drive the blog content and publication schedule. Exciting opportunity for people with great online experience who are interested in expat life. 3 non-paid positions available for academic credit only.

1. Publication and Community Manager Intern
2. Blogger and Social Media Specialist Intern
3. Design and Search Engine Optimization Intern

Majors

Preferred majors are journalism, communications, marketing, design, and IT.

Benefits

These internships are unpaid but provide the opportunity to portfolio build, expand professional networks, learn new skills while honing old ones, and receive a professional letter of recommendation from an award-winning blogger and business consultant.

Responsibilities

1. Publication and Community Manager Intern
Major Responsibilities

Create website publication schedule for minimum 1 post a week with goal
of 3 posts a week

Source guest blog posts

Create integrated social media plan (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc.) to
distribute posts

Write Black Women in Europe™ monthly newsletter

Manage Black Women in Europe™ Facebook page

2. Blogger and Social Media Specialist Intern

Major Responsibilities

Create blog posts to implement publication schedule

Use social media including Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc., to implement social media plan

3. Design and Search Engine Optimization Intern

Major Responsibilities

Website redesign

Website and social media optimization

Keyword analysis

Requirements

Students must be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university and be able to receive academic credit. Must be a member of or sympathetic to the African Diaspora. Priority given to students who can commit to a 2 consecutive semesters internship and/or are studying abroad, especially Europe. Past travel to Europe is an advantage, as is fluency in an additional European language other than English. All work is performed online.

How To Apply

Apply

Only students may apply.

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Black Women in Europe™: Power Lists – A List of Our Own© are in the top 4% most viewed on SlideShare in 2013.

Slideshare 2013 Black Women in Europe™: Power Lists – A List of Our Own© are in the top 4% most viewed on SlideShare in 2013.

Since debuting in 2010 the Black Women in Europe™: Power List – A List of Our Own© has been popular. 2013 was no exception. Have you read the power list? Nominations for 2014 can be submitted to contact@blackwomenineurope.com through 1 September 2014.

 

View the 2013 list today.
http://www.slideshare.net/ageorgegal/black-women-in-europe-power-list-2013-a-list-of-our-own

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Join the Black Women in Europe™ Kiva team.

logo kivateams Join the Black Women in Europe™ Kiva team.

Join the Black Women in Europe™ Kiva team. Kiva is a non-profit organization with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty. Kiva lets individuals lend as little as $25 to help create opportunity around the world.

Let’s support women. Who should we support first? Take a look and say who in the comments below.

Once we decide who to support, here is what you do.

How do I add loans to the Black Women in Europe™’s lending team?: Whenever you lend, you have the opportunity to count that loan toward the Black Women in Europe™’s lending team. You can count a loan toward a lending team of your choosing by following these steps:

Step 1: Click on the “Lend” button at the top of the Kiva home page. You will automatically be taken to the entrepreneurs in need.

Step 2: When you find an entrepreneur that you would like to fund either click “Lend $25″ to quickly lend $25, or click the name of the entrepreneur and then select the amount you would like to fund from the drop down box and click “Lend”.

Step 3: Add additional loans to your basket or click “Loan Added! Checkout.”

Step 4: You’ll be taken to your basket where you can select what lending team your loans should count towards. Beneath the “Count Towards Team” column, you’ll see a drop down box with Black Women in Europe™’s lending team listed. Click that box and select the lending team you wish the loan to count towards. If you want to change the amount you wish to lend, select the amount in the drop down menu. When you’re finished, click “Continue.”

Step 5: Choose a password to create an account, or log into your Kiva account.

Step 6: Make an optional donation to Kiva’s operational expenses or click “No Thanks.”

Step 7: You will be automatically transferred to PayPal to pay for the loan through PayPal’s secure website.

Let’s get started and choose our first loan recipient. Tell me, in the comments below, who you think we should help.

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You can make your dreams a reality.

I was fortunate enough to attend two Democratic National Conventions as a blogger and party delegate thanks to the generous donations from my family, friends and readers.

I payed it forward and helped fund my cousin’s first trip abroad when she went with her university to Turkey.

Others are raising money for film productions, start-ups and more.

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